Welcome Home to this Beautifully and Newly Rehabbed All Brick Two Flat with Enclosed Back Porch and Detached Two Car Garage. Perfect for Multi-Generational Families or Investors. Both units are Renovated and Each has 3 Bedrooms. Each Unit has a Very Spacious Living Room with Bay Window and Large Dining Room that opens up to a New Kitchen with Granite, Glass Tile Backsplash and New Stainless Steel Appliances. New Engineered Wood Flooring, New Carpet, New Lighting and New Paint and Updated Bathrooms. There is also a New Roof on both the Building and the Garage along with New Cement Sidewalks and Walkways. The Spacious Basement is ready to be finished, however has Laundry Hookup, Utility Sink and Storage Lockers already in place. Not only is there an Enclosed Front Porch, but also an Enclosed Back Porch. This Two Flat is Walking Distance to Metra and Close to Shopping, Restaurants and Highway. Home Warranty for the Buyer Included.
This listing 9010 South Justine Street Chicago, Il 60620
is a two to four units listing
with 6 bedrooms on a lot of 3,920 sqft (or 0.09 acres). 9010 South Justine Street was built in 1923. 9010 South Justine Street is located in Chicago and in ZIP Code 60620.
It has been listed on our site since 6/22/18.
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